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Ramen Tomato
Onion Unsweet Tea Vodka
Life in Paradise

©️JR Cline
4.29.18

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Myku 43

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3.9.18

1 1 1 1 1
The number 5 was contrived
10 is a number
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Myku 42

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This describes part of my current frame of mind.

Propane, wind, and rain
Running all around my brain
Two sleeps ‘til rolling

©️JR Cline 2.27.18

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Myku 40

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12.24.17

A Goddess
Firewater Snake Oil
Holy Water Olive Oil
Sip Rattlesnake Tea
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Myku 38 – That Moon

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11.3.17

The side road train wreck
A lady sharing pizza
#itsthemoon you know
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Myku 35

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Rocking my Zen part 2
9.30.17

Flowing/resistance
Now is all there ever is
Here I am again

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Myku: Life

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The Anthropocene
Life is messy clean it up
Get out of your head

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Myku:  The Pond

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Cats tell seeds blowing
Flying in the wind seeking
A landing place. Home?

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Brief

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The letter, “be brief”.
In seventeen syllables
I think that’s enough.

Background:
This is post for Writing 101.

The prompt:
Writing 101:  Be Brief

You stumble upon a random letter on the path. You read it. It affects you deeply, and you wish it could be returned to the person to which it’s addressed. Write a story about this encounter.

Today’s twist: Approach this post in as few words as possible.

Brevity is the goal of this task, although “brief” can mean five words or five-hundred words. You might write a fifty-word story, as writer Vincent Mars publishes on his blog, Boy in the Hat. Or you might tell your tale in precisely one-hundred words, like the folks at 100 Word Story — an approach that forces you to question every word.

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